This Week in PLOS Medicine: mHealth challenges; Syphilis and pregnancy

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Two new articles published this week in PLOS Medicine:

The PLOS Medicine Editors discuss three key challenges — relating to interoperability, open standards, and evaluation — that mobile health advocates will need to overcome to expand and deliver on the initial promise of mobile health pilot projects.

Using multinational surveillance data, Lori Newman and colleagues estimate global rates of active syphilis in pregnant women, adverse effects, and antenatal coverage and treatment needed to meet WHO goals.

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